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Travel Blogs from Marrakech
... above hillsides swabbed with speckled grass and thorny bush; a towering soft tangerine dune with sensual lines sculpted by raging desert storms. She is the melodic call of a masked weaver during a streaky pink sunrise; the triumphant yip-yip-yip of a spotted hyena cheering on the night. Africa is horns, trunks, spotted fur, graceful bounders, ruthless carnivores and feathers of a thousand colours. Africa is ...
... to the city. It's still full summer along Clifton Beach. Skinny boys play cricket on the sand. Teenagers in black wetsuits ride the curling wave. Anchored offshore is a small flotilla of pleasure craft packed with bronzed young people. The party is in full swing. We hear its rhythm. We order espresso and fresh fruit tarts at a quaint French bakery in the De Waterkant, Cape Town's garishly painted up gay quarter. We hang out with Nancy, a modern day ...
... to cry. It completely broke my heart to hear him screaming. It set me off, and before I knew it tears were rolling down my cheeks. I couldn't let him go, but the staff ushered me away. My heart sank as I heard him crying as I walked away, I knew he also knew that this was the last time I’d see him. At that moment if I could have taken him home with me I would have, and I used my ...
... of them calling.
Today we walked to the Bahia Palace which is certainly worth a visit.All those decorations on the walls and ceiling. From there we went on to the Badi ruins. An old palace built in the 16th century.
I could not believe all the storchs nesting on all the walls. We also booked a car for when we leave here.
Today we took a stroll through the souks (markets) to get to the Marrakech museum and got lost in the ...
... as it wasn’t overly cheap or good. The afternoon was spent in the souks in the very old part of town, these markets were absolutely crazy, more manic than the ones we had seen in Asia, full of stores all selling one of the following, scarves, spices, tagines or something else to wear. Bryce found himself a beanie, something that would come in handy for the desert ahead. We skipped the hotel buffet for dinner and dined in the market ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet